DRD Paratus-16

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posted on November 13, 2012
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A quick break down semi-automatic rifle chambered in .308/7.62 x 51mm, the Paratus-16 from DRD Tactical can be assembled in less than a minute without the use of tools.

The Paratus is a Patents Pending design, and offers a Magpul folding stock and a quick-change barrel. It fits in a small hard case (16"x10"x6") for maximum portability.

With its unique design, the Paratus-16 is an easy addition to the Gun of the Week line. Learn more about it in the video below.

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .308 / 7.62 x 51mm
Weight:
9.2 lbs
Barrel:
Lothar-Walther 16” with 1 in 10 twist
Magazine Capacity:
20 Rounds
Buttstock/Grips:
Magpul, Adjustable Folding Stock and Grips
Safety Selector:
AR15 type
Trigger:
Geissele 2-Stage
Optic Mounting Rail:
MIL-STD 1913
Operation:
Direct Gas operated Semi-Automatic
Finish:
NiBore (Also available in Hard Coat Anodize Black)
Sights:
Magpul MBUS
MSRP: $5,615

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